Multitrips and the tram

Adelaide had a decision to make.

Was it more economical to a) buy a multitrip and validate it every time she got on the tram; or b) buy a ticket from the conducter on the observation that they only got to you about half the time.

Being both an oldest child and one of the few remaining people committed to public health, education and transport Adelaide knew she would go with the multitrip in the end. But every now and then, Adelaide liked to pretend that she was a radical anarchist who thumbed her nose at authority. Just every now and then.

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  1. Last time I was on the tram, I watched as dozens got on and off without validating or purchasing tickets. Then a young family approached the conductor to purchase tickets, and he replied “nevermind. buy them next time”.

    I don’t go on the tram much and was most surprised. I kinda regretted having been honest and validating my multitrip – I didn’t realise free tram rides were so easy!

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